Financial secretary Paul Chan leaves the Legislative Council after delivering his budget speech on February 27. Since then, Chan has announced a series of measures to help businesses and sections of the society hard hit by six months of protests and the US-China trade war. Photo: BloombergFinancial secretary Paul Chan leaves the Legislative Council after delivering his budget speech on February 27. Since then, Chan has announced a series of measures to help businesses and sections of the society hard hit by six months of protests and the US-China trade war. Photo: Bloomberg
Financial secretary Paul Chan leaves the Legislative Council after delivering his budget speech on February 27. Since then, Chan has announced a series of measures to help businesses and sections of the society hard hit by six months of protests and the US-China trade war. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong’s financial secretary is misguided if he thinks money can buy happiness

  • Not only does one survey show a weak correlation between economic growth and happiness, but researchers elsewhere have also found societies to be most unhappy during times of war and strife
Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Financial secretary Paul Chan leaves the Legislative Council after delivering his budget speech on February 27. Since then, Chan has announced a series of measures to help businesses and sections of the society hard hit by six months of protests and the US-China trade war. Photo: BloombergFinancial secretary Paul Chan leaves the Legislative Council after delivering his budget speech on February 27. Since then, Chan has announced a series of measures to help businesses and sections of the society hard hit by six months of protests and the US-China trade war. Photo: Bloomberg
Financial secretary Paul Chan leaves the Legislative Council after delivering his budget speech on February 27. Since then, Chan has announced a series of measures to help businesses and sections of the society hard hit by six months of protests and the US-China trade war. Photo: Bloomberg
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